A Sheffield-based medical company is giving staff some food for thought with its latest health and wellbeing initiative - introducing free salad boxes, a walking lunch club, and Ministry of Food healthy cooking workshops.
The first tenants have moved into one of the biggest residential developments of its kind for years in the Ecclesall Road area of Sheffield.
Scientists discover key to preventing resistance to common chemotherapy used to treat breast and colon cancer Hijacking the cancer cells fix and repair toolkit could help to increase cancer cell death Scientists have made an important breakthrough in understanding why some cancer cells become resistant to chemotherapy.
Sheffield's Taylor&Emmet LLP is making three new appointments to enhance the residential property and probate services its provides to local residents.
Sheffield Hallam has become one of the first universities in the country to sign up to the Care Leavers' Covenant, to demonstrate its commitment to support young people who have experienced the care system.
Trainees in hlw Keeble Hawson's Sheffield office have boosted funds for Breast Cancer Care by almost £200 after hosting a delicious afternoon tea with mouth-watering cakes.
One of the most iconic members of the Herd will be making a welcome return to Sheffield after its new owners pledged to display it in the city centre.
Commenting on the first estimate of GDP for the third quarter of 2016, published today by the ONS, Mike Spicer, Director of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -We welcome the news that the UK economy continued to grow into the third quarter.
Scientists agree for first time that climate change may be intensifying the effects of the jet stream, causing extreme cold weather in the UK and US Study could improve long-term forecasting of winter weather in most populous parts of the world More accurate forecasting could help communities, businesses and economies prepare for severe weather and make life and cost-saving decisions Scientists have agreed for the first time that recent severe cold winter weather in the UK and US may have been influenced by climate change in the Arctic, according to a new study.